Facebook clickjacking Scam – Boy reaction after his Ex-girlfriend posted

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There is another click-jacking scam similar to other scams we’ve seen recently.

The link comes up as a message in your Facebook news-feed informing you that one of your friends liked this link. (Oh so it must be true then) Not!

The first warning should be that there is a picture of a naked woman and a baby?

Boy reaction after his Ex Girlfriend posted on his wall

With a blogspot link
lol what true pain both are having at this moment

When you click the link you are taken to an advertising page, which apparently has a video on it.  When you try to play the video, it makes you like the page and it pops up an online survey.

And so the scam cycle starts again……. its posted to your friend’s walls saying you like it.

Another similar one seen recently is one that promises to show you a video of Marika Fruscio during an embarressing moment, which seems to be her top falling down showing one boob. Wow how exciting is that! … seriously, that’s worse than the big bum scam.

Yeahh!! It happens on Live Television

lol Checkout this video its very embracing moment for her

Basically it does the same thing – and the end, an online survey pops up.  In fact these two look very similar scams both with mistakes in English grammar or spelling.

This one actually posts to your wall as soon as you click on the picture, not even any chance to say  “whoops” and not go any further, its now too late and everyone knows you clicked it.

If you have clicked on this message you should follow these steps immediately:

  • Tell your friend to remove it from their wall.
  • Warn those who received the spam from you not to click on it, remove it from your wall.
  • Make sure it is not in your likes.

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Hope this helps